Webinar: Social Media – The Impact on Mental Health, by Homewood Health
These days, almost everyone is using social media in one way or another. Online platforms offer a quick and convenient way to connect with others across the world. With such pervasiveness, it is important to be aware of the impact social media can have on our mental health.
On Wednesday, May 25th and Thursday, May 26th, Homewood Health will be hosting a webinar Social Media: The Impact on Mental Health, hosted by Katherine Sisak & Cynthia Keys
This session will introduce participants to both the positive and negative effects of social media on mental health and review some key strategies to promote healthy boundaries when it comes to using social media.
Space is limited. Register now! Please note that this webinar will be recorded and posted on Homewood’s website.
Katherine Sisak, MSW, RSW, RP
Katherine Sisak has worked as a clinician and manager in the field of mental health and addiction for over 10 years in a variety of settings including hospitals, outpatient clinics, shelters, inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation programs, and private practice. She has been with Homewood Health since 2016, first as the Trauma Specialist at the Homewood Health Clinic working with first responders consulting for trauma-related issues, and currently as a Clinical Manager with Disability Prevention Services. Katherine holds registration with the OCSWSSW as a social worker, and as a psychotherapist with the CRPO.
Cynthia Keys M.A., BEd., CCC., RCAT.
Cynthia Keys is a Certified Canadian Counsellor and Art Therapist who is dedicated to helping enable people to draw upon their own resources and strengths. Cynthia’s educational background has allowed her to work within a broad range of clinical settings including; EFAP, public health, a children’s hospital, oncology, forensic psychiatry, and within a wilderness-based treatment addictions program. Her passion, and current area of clinical focus is within the work supporting parents, children and families.
Cynthia has been with Homewood Health since 2016, initially offering direct counselling to clients, and currently is a regional EFAP Clinical Manager. Within this positon, she now interacts with and supports customers, clinicians and clients alike, to maintain clinical excellence within Homewood’s EFAP program. When she is not working, Cynthia enjoys being a mother, engaging in creative projects and being in the outdoors.